Training Course Syllabus:
Team effectiveness is at the core of any organization. Understanding the Five Dysfunctions of a team is critical to overcoming these challenges and creating a stronger team. Whether it's in business, non-profits or volunteer organizations, teams are essential to the organization's success, however teams can also be the reason for their failure. This session will look at Patrick Lencioni's Five Dysfunctions and present new ideas to overcome the Absence of Trust, Fear of Conflict, Lack of Commitment, Avoidance of Accountability and Inattention to Results.
Objectives of the Presentation
Understand Patrick Lencioni´s Five Dysfunctions of a Team
Create a greater understanding of the impact these dysfunctions can have on the results of the team and the success of its leader
Learn how to build trust among members of the team
Understand how to embrace conflict and turn it into a positive emotion for your team
Develop commitment among team members
Learn how to maintain accountability to the team and its members
Create new ways to focus on results and help others understand its importance
End with a plan of action to address dysfunction not only now, but in the future
Why Should you Attend
Just by the virtue of having a team, challenges can develop that will block the effectiveness of the team. By understanding these dysfunctions and knowing how to overcome these challenges, leaders will have greater success at developing effective teams.
By the end of this session, attendees will understand how to define the team and their objectives, evaluate the current make-up of the team and develop a path forward to overcome these common dysfunctions. Leaders must know how to hold others and themselves accountable for the success of the team.
Building a team culture
Understanding team dynamics
Reviewing and understanding the Five Dysfunctions of a Team
Creating a team based on results
Looking at examples of teams that have succeeded and teams that have failed
Developing a plan to identify and overcome obstacles that can prevent your team´s success